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Grateful Dead Live at Gym, S.U.N.Y. (early) on 1970-10-31




Set 1

Till The Morning Comes, Hard To Handle, Mama Tried, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Dire Wolf, Cold Rain & Snow, Me & My Uncle, Dark Hollow, Brokedown Palace, Viola Lee Blues-> Cumberland Blues-> Uncle John's Band

Early show Other artist(s): NRPS


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Gym, S.U.N.Y. (early)
Location Stony Brook, NY

Source SBD -> Master Reel (7inch @7.5ips 1/2trk) -> Dat (Denon DTR 2000/48k)
Lineage Dat (Sony R500) -> Apogee Ensemble -> Peak Pro 7 -> AIFFMastering Info:AIFF -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC/
Transferred by Charlie Miller

Notes

Notes:
-- I Know You Rider is cut at the end
-- Reel flip in Brokedown Palace
-- Thanks to Darryl Hinko for the patch source

Reviews

Reviewer: DMT - - June 5, 2015
Subject: great show
jerry on pedal steel w/ the New Riders
Reviewer: njpg - - June 5, 2015
Subject: -
-
Reviewer: barreramusic - - October 7, 2012
Subject: Thanks for the upgrade
I have had a copy of part of this show for aver twenty years. The quality is not bad, but this is no doubt much better. NRPS sound great, too.
Reviewer: bstrohl - - October 4, 2012
Subject: enough is never enough
Thank you Mr. Charlie for my fifth copy of this show. It never gets old, only better. Peace to you.
Reviewer: ms42466 - - October 2, 2012
Subject: i c 5 stars! Love @ 1st sight!
70 most sweet!
Reviewer: CharlieMiller - - September 25, 2012
Subject: setlist corrections
s1t09 is actually called "I'm In Love With You".
Reviewer: Deadhead225 - - September 21, 2012
Subject: 100% Killer
5* for the whole Pkg. regardless of any opinion of the playing. Having both the early and late shows complete with NRPS in this quality is just cool.

Check out the KPCC/KPFA 12/27-8/70 radio interviews with members of both bands at 4am that circulate to get the back story on the connection between the 2 bands and some other nuggets.
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